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As shown in Saul's monographs Early Black and White or In My Room.

What kind of BW negative rolls did he use?

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  • General note to those Googling these images - they may be NSF your W (at least, the related images may not be) – OnBreak. Jun 5 '19 at 16:12
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    Likely Tri-X, but not today's Tri-X. But it could have been any of several other Kodak or other films, none of which are now available. And it really matters only a tiny bit: why obsess over film when there are also hundreds of processing options, at least tens of printing papers and hundreds of options for processing the paper? It was just film: the start of the process. – user82065 Jun 5 '19 at 20:23
  • @MichaelC it wasn't intended as an answer: I have no idea what film he used, but am just guessing since Tri-X was/is common, & then trying to point out that the question is really meaningless. Sorry, I should have made that more clear: do you want me to add an answer saying that more explicitly? I think that would be a bad answer but I'm willing to be wrong! – user82065 Jun 6 '19 at 9:22

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